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American Journal of Critical Care. 14:187-197.arnold, E. C. & Boggs, K. u. (2006).InterpersonalRelationships.5th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: W. B. saunders/Elsevier.Dossey, B. M., Keegan, L. & guzzetta, C. (2008).Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice. 5th ed.Boston, Ma: Jones & Bartlett.Hardin, s. R. & Kaplow, R. (eds.). (2005).Synergyfor Clinical Excellence: The AACN Synergy Model forPatient Care. Boston, Ma: Jones & Bartlett.Purnell, L. (2009).Guide to Culturally Competent HealthCare. 2nd ed. Philadelphia, Pa: F. a. Davis.Many references available through AACN; visit.More current versions may be available.PUBLISHER CONTACTS:AACN – (800) 899-2226American Heart Association – (800) 242-8721Elsevier (including Mosby, W. B. Saunders and Hanley & Belfus) – (800) 545-2522Jones & Bartlett – (800) 832-0034Lippincott Williams & Wilkins – (800) 638-3030
50PCCn test PLAnI.CLINICAL JUDGMENT (80%)A. Cardiovascular (36%)1.acute coronary syndromes2.acute inflammatory disease3.Cardiac surgery4.Cardiac tamponade5.Cardiogenic shock6. Cardiomyopathies7.Conduction defects8. Dysrhythmias9.Heart failure10.Hypertensive crisis11.Peripheral vascular disease12.Peripheral vascular surgery13.Pulmonary edema14.Ruptured or dissecting aneurysm15.structural heart defectsB. Pulmonary (14%)1.acute lung injury (aLI)2.aspirations3.Chronic ventilatory failure4.Exacerbation of COPD5.Pneumothorax6.Pulmonary embolism7.Pulmonary hypertension8.Respiratory infections9.severe asthma10.sleep disordered breathing11.thoracic surgeryC. Endocrine (4%)1.Diabetic ketoacidosis2. HypoglycemiaD. Hematology/Immunology (2%)1.anemia2.Life-threatening coagulopathiesE. Neurology (5%)1.Intracranial hemorrhage2.seizure disorders3. strokeF.Gastrointestinal (5%)1.gI hemorrhage2.gI infections3.gI motility disorders4.Hepatic failure5. Malnutrition6. PancreatitisG. Renal (5%)1.acute renal failure2.Electrolyte imbalances3.End-stage renal disease (EsRD)H. Multisystem (5%)1.Infectious diseases2.shock states3.systemic inflammatory response syndrome(sIRs)/sepsis/severe sepsis/septic shock/multi-organ dysfunction syndrome (MODs)I.Behavioral (4%)1.Delirium and dementia2.Mood disorders and depression3.substance abuseII.PROFESSIONAL CARING AND ETHICAL PRACTICE(20%)A.Advocacy/Moral Agency (3%)B.Caring Practices (4%)C.Collaboration (4%)D.Systems Thinking (2%)E.Response to Diversity (2%)F.Clinical Inquiry (2%)G.Facilitation of Learning (3%)Order of content does not necessarity reflect importance.
51PCCn testABLe nURsIng ACtIonsCardiovascular1. Perform a comprehensive cardiovascularassessment2. Identify, interpret and monitor:• dysrhythmias• st segments• Qtc intervals3. select leads for cardiac monitoring for theindicated disease process4. Recognize indications for and manage patientsrequiring hemodynamic monitoring using non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring5. Monitor hemodynamic status and recognizesigns and symptoms of hemodynamicinstability6. Recognize indications for and monitor/managepatients requiring cardiovascular therapeuticintervention using:• cardioversion• transcutaneous pacing• defibrillation7. Monitor normal and abnormal diagnostic testresults

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